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Sched Netweb site
JANUARY 27, 2009
  • Xiamen Huoju Bonded Logistics Centre wins Beijing's approval
  • China-Japan November's container trade down 15pc
  • BNSF starts Pacific NW to central US express service
  • Lianyungang port container volume surpasses 3 million TEU
  • Thailand's RCL fears revenue may drop in 2009
  • EU proposal to cut cargo ship red tape to rouse trade
  • Five-hour truck delay at Sydney, 'unexpected circumstances' cited
  • LA-LB to pitch dock rail expansion to public February 11
  • Russian Fesco ship supplies antarctic Argentine stations
  • Aer Lingus, UAL to join on Madrid-Washington route
  • US to screen half of bellyhold cargo from February
  • Singapore concludes Open Skies Agreement with Iceland
  • RTW to act as LAN Cargo's GSSA for Switzerland

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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 27, 2009
  • CTL IMEX all set for grand opening on Jan. 29
  • SCI signs 3-yr crude transport deal with HPCL
  • ISO 9001:2001-certified NYZEL aims to become major global logistics service provider
  • Inttra introduces new e-commerce tools to help recession-hit shipping industry
  • MOL drops China-South America plan, revises PIL joint loop instead
  • Maersk Line starts service from north China to Aqaba
  • K Line to implement winter programme on Asia-Mexico/South America WC
  • MOL's new TraPac box terminal opens in Jacksonville
  • Guangdong-Taiwan direct box shipping route opens
  • APL gets STP-plus rating from Singapore Customs
  • Cosco launches 7-ship Red Sea loop, including feeder
  • Orient Shipping offers weekly Port Klang, Singapore, Chittagong feeder
  • Hyundai's new batch of 8,900-TEUers bound for AEX service
  • Hapag-Lloyd appoints new CFO, interim CFO moves to development
  • CSCL MD named outstanding Chinese Innovator
  • Hamburg Süd names 4,294-TEU charter vessel in Chile
  • Increased cargo capacity at Port of Savannah
  • Euroseas cuts boxship charter rates by 33 pc
  • Tianjin sees continued gains in 2009 despite global downturn
  • Mega merger makes Sinotrans No. 2 in logistics after Cosco
  • Port Everglades to build new $ 12-m container terminal
  • Kalmar delivers 4,500th straddle carrier
  • In times of tears, tea exports bring cheer!
  • India, Oman to set up SPV to boost investment
  • Tobacco exports fetch 61 pc more
  • Seafood trade pulled under by global slump
  • Chilli, mint products add spice to exports
  • IFFCO inks MoU with Kazakh co. for import of rock phosphate
  • Exporters come out smelling roses... & money!
  • India, Jordan ratify investment promotion deal
  • Meltdown casualty vessel detained at Chennai Port
  • Kulkarni rejects offer of 20 pc hike in port wages terming it 'too meagre'
  • 3 PPPAC-cleared port projects get govt sanction
  • Fieo presents govt its wish-list to sharpen export competitiveness

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International Transport Journalweb site
JANUARY 26, 2009
  • USA: 107,000 freight wagons in storage
    Amid a deepening slump in freight traffic caused by the global economic slowdown, the USA's three largest railroads have put 107,000 freight wagons into storage. This is 17% of the...
  • BNSF investing USD 2.7 billion
    The US rail operator BNSF Railway Company (BNSF) announced a planned 2009 capital commitment programme of USD 2.7 billion, which is expected to be approximately USD 150 million low...
  • Malev in Russian hands
    The loss-making Hungarian airline Malev has been taken over by the Russian state bank Vnesheconombank. The deal should be completed within the next week. A strategic partnership wi...
  • Hedging losses
    Many airlines signed purchase agreements for kerosene last year at a price which is well below today's market price. The losses go into millions of US dollars. The International Ai...
  • Kenya Airways gets new B737-800
    The Kenyan flag carrier recently took delivery of a brand new B737-800. The airline leased the new Boeing from ILFC and is due to receive another similar type aircraft in February ...

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Maritime Global Netweb site
JANUARY 26, 2009
  • Biscaglia freed
  • Dryships cuts capital projects
  • Crisis pushes up delay cover
  • Evergreen launches new Greek shuttles
  • AAS cuts back Australia-Asia service

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Marine Logweb site
JANUARY 26, 2009
  • Genco renegotiates $1.4 billion credit facility
  • Pirates free U.S.-owned chemical tanker
  • No bonuses for StealthGas execs
  • STX Europe delivers car passenger ferry

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JANUARY 26, 2009
  • New super post-Panamax cranes scheduled to arrive in Tacoma today
  • Ray LaHood sworn in as US Transportation Secretary
  • Coast Guard asking mariners if Umpqua lighthouse is needed
  • Contract talks continue in British Columbia
  • Maritime Administration sending three more ships to recyclers

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 26, 2009
  • DP World reviews expansion plans
    CONTAINER terminal giant to cut costs and freeze recruitment in response to the global downturn in box volumes.
  • Joint venture DP World inks Algerian ports deal
  • BW Gas to remain public after unveiling $1bn overhaul
    COMPANY to buy four LNG carriers from World Nordic and issue new shares.
  • StealthGas axes executive bonuses to save $1.3m
    ATHENS-based owner scraps bonuses and stock awards to officers and directors for last year.

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Fairplayweb site
JANUARY 26, 2009
  • Anti-pirate corridor moved
    PIRATES will have to work harder to reach ships transiting the Gulf of Aden through a new corridor farther from Yemen, military authorities have told Fairplay
  • OPEC halts oil price slide
    OPEC'S producers have managed to halt the oil price slide and keep it hovering between $35-45 per after cumulative cuts of more than 3M bpd in recent months
  • Cyclone threatens western Oz ports
    PORTS ON the northwestern coast of Western Australian are on high alert late today as Tropical Cyclone Dominic bears down
  • Pirates reportedly kill captain
    A GREEK ship captain has been reportedly shot dead by pirates off the coast of Cameroon
  • Gold Star Line
    FAIRPLAY 24 reported on 23 January that Singapore's Supreme Court had confirmed the arrest of three vessels over crew and fee disputes
  • Gdansk yard might make Gdynia bid
    THE HEAD of the Gdansk repair shipyard said today it might bid to buy at least part of its neighbour, the troubled Gdynia yard
  • SCI posts 4.9% higher profits
    SHIPPING Corp of India has posted a 4.9% increase in net profits for last year's fourth quarter, the company told the Bombay Stock Exchange

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JANUARY 26, 2009
  • 10+2 rule goes into effect as planned
    Importer security filing rule takes effect despite White House order that held back implementation of proposed Bush administration regulations.
  • No new talks slated in Vancouver negotiations
  • Mexico delays development process for Punta Colonet
  • UASC starts Oman calls
  • ProLogis in Germany lease
  • DP World hit by slowing trade
  • SCI profit increases
  • Marad recycles three ships
  • Diana charters dry bulker
  • Kalitta Air cuts more jobs
  • BA warns of $200M loss

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
JANUARY 26, 2009
  • Unifeeder expands Baltic and Russian connections
  • DP World hits records
  • Maersk re-schedules AE7 Eastbound service away from Suez
  • Nouakchott secures Chinese funds
  • Canadian West Coast waterfront talks deadlocked

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TradeWindsweb site
JANUARY 26, 2009
  • Fund cuts back
    OppenheimerFunds pulls out of Eagle Bulk and slashes holding in Capital Product Partners.
  • Cape handed back
    Charterer redelivers Star Bulk Carriers' Star Sigma early, but paying all but operating costs boosts owner's finances.
  • Stealth sale axed
    Harry Vafias-led StealthGas to "pursue legal remedies" after Nigerian "buyer" of ship fails to pay deposit.
  • Aas in top SFI job
    Ship Finance International promotes former banking heavyweight Hans Petter Aas to chairman as Craig Stevenson steps down.
  • Marad scraps 3
    US Maritime Administration shells out $1.9m to scrap three reserve fleet cargoships.
  • Release confirmed
    Industrial Shipping Enterprises CEO says the Biscaglia is bound for a safe port after nearly two months in pirate hands.
  • Jobs to go
    UK to Europe ro-ro player Norfolkline will lay off workers as it cut sailings in response to downturn.
  • Fredriksen re-ups
    Seadrill cancels forward contracts for stake in US driller Pride International but signs new ones.
  • BW buys and sells
    Norwegian LNG, LPG player's balance-sheet boosting continues with transfer of four vessels from parent and offer of new shares to minority investors.
  • Not tested
    Gangway brackets' load-bearing capacity not known before fatal collapse at Minaminippon Shipbuilding in Japan.
  • Ship adrift
    Portuguese cargoship in danger of sinking off Spain, after one crew dies and five others airlifted to hospital.
  • Hanjin deaths
    Two more workers killed in accidents at controversial Philippines yard, including first Korean to lose his life.
  • DP freezes
    Dubai ports group reviews expansion plans and puts a block on hiring as growth slows.
  • Scrapping again
    Bulker owners sent 11 ships to the breakers last week, as scrap prices dipped.
  • Unifeeder hungry
    Danish short-sea player adds new routes to St Petersburg, Russia, and Tallinn, Estonia.
  • DP up again
    Dubai ports giant posts 15% rise in container volumes at consolidated terminals for 2008.
  • Ferry blaze
    Passengers evacuated from BC Ferries' Queen of Vancouver after vehicle catches fire just before Tsawwassen sailing.
  • Atlas seeks cover
    Bankrupt Danish bulker operator Atlas Shipping goes to New York for protection.
  • Goldenport delays
    Paris Dragnis-led owner puts back delivery of supramax quartet from Cosco Zhoushan "at no additional cost".
  • Hot Express
    Estonian cargoship Cool Express suffers fire off Norway, with two crew hospitalised after inhaling smoke.

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American Shipperweb site
JANUARY 26, 2009
  • Maersk plans slow ships to China
  • Seaspan stock sale raises $200 million
  • Evergreen starts two Med feeders
  • Harbor Maintenance Tax bill favors short sea
  • Great Lakes Jan. ore shipments off 80%
  • Import industry begins 10+2 era
  • India bans Chinese toys for 6 months
  • Napolitano reviews northern border security
  • Obama stimulus includes port security
  • Groups join FMC SoCal ports' truck case
  • Circuit sets date for SoCal truck plan arguments

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
JANUARY 26, 2009
  • Armorique delivered
    STX Europe's Helsinki shipyard delivered the car- and passenger ferry Armorique to Brittany Ferries on January 26. The vessel is worth approximately EUR 110 million and has been designed specifically for operations on the route between Plymouth and Roscoff. The ...
  • More piracy attacks off Nigeria
    Piracy activities are on the rise off Nigeria and last week at least four attacks were reported from Nigerian waters. Last Friday, a supply vessel was attacked off the Bonny offshore terminal. There were no injuries, but the pirates stole ...
  • Norway eases tonnage tax rules
    The Norwegian government has announced changes in the much debated retroactive tax requirement in the new tonnage tax system. According to the earlier decision, shipowners are required to pay ten years of back taxes. 2/3 of this is to ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JANUARY 26, 2009
  • Bunker prices surge across Europe
    Markets respond to gains in crude oil prices.
  • St. Petersburg fuel oil transshipment up in 2008
    Total throughput rising 2.6%, close to terminal's annual capacity.
  • LNG powered ships will cost 20% more
    Indian shipyard gives details of its LNG powered new-builds.
  • New employee at Global Risk Management
  • Fujairah terminal 'dedicated to continue growth'
    Vopak Horizon Fujairah's capacity tripled in its first decade.
  • Fuel oil spill in Russian far east
    Prosecutors begin investigation.
  • Supplier seeks $2 million from Asian carrier
    Claim is for unpaid bunker bills, interest payments and legal fees.
  • Lanka Bunkering files $1 million claim
    Seeking damages from former monopoly player.

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